One of the coolest things about the upcoming iPhone 3.0 software is support for A2DP Stereo Bluetooth devices (FINALLY!). I just updated to the new iPhone 3.0 beta 2 firmware, So I picked up a pair of Motorola bluetooth headphones from Newegg for just under $40 to see how it works. One word – awesome. Finally iPhone can do what every other smartphone could since 2005, stream music wirelessly to headphones or speakers. After a painless pairing of the headphones to the iPhone, I was jammin to my iPod tracks sans wires almost instantly. Sound quality was more than adequate and the range indoors was about 25-30 feet. Outdoor use is another ballgame however, with the headphones getting choppy or cutting out with the iPhone in my pants pocket. I moved the phone to my jacket pocket and the connection cleared right up. Much better performance than on my Win-mo phones in the past. All in all a great move from Apple, albeit two years in the making.